Previously referenced here is the Boucheron/Marc Newson joint project the Julia Necklace. Boucheron now has some more information, mostly in flash animation, available on their website.
They have also released six new animal-themed watches, the Rondes Bestiaire in their relatively new, 2005, Ronde collection. All three are powered by a modified GP Cal 4000, augmented to have the subsecond dial at 7 o'clock, and unique to Boucheron. The subsecond hand has been replaced with a disk decorated to correlate to the dial designs. The six depict 3 animals, each available with and without an elaborate(eg. a frog with feet dangling off the edge of the watch) jeweled bezel/
The three are the Chouette(owl), Grenouille(frog) and the Caméléon (chameleon). For the element animated by the sub-second disk, the Owl and the Frog have a rotating eye and the poor Chameleon is forever trying to catch a small fly.
[VIA] Finally we have the newest additions to the MEC collection for 2009, the Bat and the Feather.
These are powered by a normal version of the GP Cal. 4000, with a centwe sweep second hand.